articles tagged "Tony Castaneda"

The Two Year Anniversary Of The Wisconsin Uprising

Thursday, 14 March 2013 | buzz
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On the Thursday morning 8 O’Clock Buzz, Tony Castaneda was joined by author, Michael Duffy. Duffy and Castaneda discuss Duffy’s new book, “I Can’t Recall: A Year in Wisconsin Politics.”   The book is the story of the Wisconsin Uprising and the unbelievable public response to Scott Walker’s attack on collective bargaining rights.   “If you read just one anti-Walker book, “ Said Castaneda at the beginning of the interview, “read this one.”       more »

Women Through Art: An International Celebration

Thursday, 14 March 2013 | buzz
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Joining Tony Castaneda in the studio on March 14, 2013 for the 8 O’Clock Buzz was Jane Madrigal. Jane Madrigal is a graphic artist who specializes in wood prints. She is one of the artists involved in “Women Though Art: An International Celebration”. more »

Response to Governor’s Budget

Thursday, 21 February 2013 | buzz
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We get a response to the Governor’s Budget Address from Democratic State Representative Terese Berceau and reporter Rebecca Kemble. more »

Top stories of 2012

Thursday, 27 December 2012 | buzz
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On Thursday December 27, our host Tony Castaneda reviews the year 2012 in his “Top Stories of 2012” with Captain Cero. They discuss the recall election of Scott Walker and the events surrounding it as one of the biggest stories in Wisconsin this year. The re-election of President Barack Obama for his second term was also one of the hugest stories in 2012. An important and contentious issue for the coming year in Wisconsin, they predict, “the next big populist struggle in this state” will be the mining initiative.   One big theme for the year is “the struggle by peoples around the world to deal with corporatism. Whether it is mining in northern Wisconsin, more »

Arizona School District Ethnic Studies Ban Controversy

Thursday, 20 December 2012 | buzz
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On Thursday, December 20, our host Tony Castaneda spoke with Dr. Roberto Rodriguez from Arizona.They speak about the controversy surrounding the Mexican American Studies program ban, and Dr. Rodriguez’ involvement with the issue. In 2011, a law took effect in Arizona, banning the Mexican American studies programs and ethnic studies classes in K-12 schools in the Tucson Unified School District. The ban was intended for classes that “promote racial resentment” and “encourage ethnic solidarity.” The law was met with opposition and protests. However, the Mexican American studies program is actually a part of a “federal desegregation court order” from thirty years ago, and is still in effect. This federal order would rule over …. more »

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